I just hope the new owner doesn't change things too much. I used to live there in the late 50s and early 60s. Met lots of girls and drank lots of Coors. Do they still have the Dollar Drown. I even tended bar ocasionally. Maybe i'll return this summer.
I am one of the new owners to AI. And we will be doing some changes to the Old AI within the year. In the past they had only accepted "cash only", but with the service of an ATM machine present. Since the change of ownership we do now accept credit cards. Just wait for the remodeling... but it will still be one of the local bars...
Ignore the outdated decor and join the locals in a game of pool and a cold pitcher of brew.. In Short Despite the name, the Acapulco Inn is exactly the opposite of a tropical island. The walls are painted a deep dark brown, and dangling from the ceiling is a snow ski, a bike and an orange cone, all covered in a thick layer of dust. Despite the well-worn interior, the place is usually packed. The few pool tables here are always occupied and the jukebox churns out song after song. They only serve only beer, no alcohol.
Kick Back Bar.
Acapulco Inn, or A.I., is really kick-back. You don't have to spend hours picking out just the right outfit. You can just go in jeans and flip flops if you want and have lots of fun. It's a great place to go for those who aren't into the Hollywood scene